Hacienda Uayamon, a Luxury Collection Hotel

Address: Km 20 Carretera Uayamon-China-Edzna, Campeche, Campeche, Yucatan Peninsula, 24530, Mexico | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on Km 20 Carretera Uayamon-China-Edzna, Campeche.
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      Maya temple hopping: Uxmal, Calakmul, etc

      A travel blog entry by chris.wauman on Feb 04, 2013

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      ... with Debby and had to finalize the rental, I was only able to leave at 9h15. As I had to drive 300km, I first visited 2 smaller ruins on my first day.

      Xpuhil was a disappointed. Had only 1 building worth mentioning, one with 3 towers which is apparantly rare. But the central tower had an amazing mask on its back and the left one contained an inner stairway which could be climbed.

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      ... 382;ce. Uf, ještěže jsme se přilis nevzdálili od banky a ten pán nás tu stihl najít. Bez pasů by bylo naše cestování rázem komplikovanější.

      EN: We did not plan to come to Campeche before, but more we read our guidebook, the more we were sure that we need to see this place. Due to the fact that we were here unplanned, no couchsrufing was available, and in the end we had a problem find the ...

      Orevwa Belize, hola Mexico

      A travel blog entry by jandkross on Apr 15, 2012

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      ... at a little café on the square opposite our hotel and then set out to explore the city of Campeche. Founded in 1540 by Spanish Conquistadores, Campeche still has many houses and churches from the colonial era and is now a Unesco world heritage site. Its most striking feature though is the network of city walls and forts surrounding the old town, access to which is by one of four gates. The streets, arranged in a grid pattern, are narrow and the houses ...

      A jewel in the jungle

      A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 27, 2011

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      ... was a lovely atmosphere at the stall - the stall holders were chatting and laughing and touting for business all at the same time. We had freshly squeezed orange juice, delicious tacos and the hottest of hot sauces we had experienced. Even the young Mexican agreed that it was indeed a very hot sauce. Lucky I had only put on an amount the size of a ten cent piece but even that was enough to scorch my mouth. We went back into the ruins to see what ...

      Reflections on San Cristobal

      A travel blog entry by guykb on Dec 24, 2011

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      ... approached there was a growing cacophony of fire crackers going off. At the start a loud bang could be heard every few seconds. This quickened to every second, then a few every second until just before midnight there was a continuous noise of crackers going off all over town. The noise was almost deafening. Then midnight struck and the church bells started. What a noise they made. Festive and commanding all at the same time. I almost felt like going to midnight mass myself. ...